COVID-19 May Make Your Mortgage More Affordable
First off, we want you to know that we're in this crisis together. Sure, we've made adjustments to accommodate the "temporary new normal," but still, know that we're here for you more than ever before!
And that includes watching the market to find opportunities for your homeownership...
Insider Tips for Qualifying for a Home Loan with Student Loan Debt
When you first took out your school loan, you did it to open more opportunities. Unfortunately, having a significant amount of school debt can challenge those opportunities. If you have a considerable amount of school debt and are left wondering how you can still qualify for a home loan,...
Mortgage Rates are at an All-Low --Should You Refinance?
With mortgage rates at an all-time low, we’ve been refinancing many home loans, helping our clients to restructure their finances and saving them money in the process.
Are you also considering refinancing your current mortgage for the first time? Here are some of the questions...
Yes! Buying A Home With Low Credit Is Possible!
If you have bad credit, it may seem like buying a house is out of reach --or at least a couple of years away. But, in reality, struggling credit may not be as much of a roadblock as you may think!
If you have less than ideal credit and have the goal of buying a home in 2020, then this article...
Can I Defer a Mortgage Payment?
Deferring a mortgage payment means that you are postponing or skipping a mortgage payment until a later date. Those that are going through a temporary financial hardship look for ways to pause payments briefly while they get their finances in order.
The financial hardship could...
WIRE FRAUD IS ON THE RISE. PROTECT YOUR FUNDS. For cybersecurity purposes, all bank checks and wire transfers must be confirmed over the phone with the attorney or paralegal working on your transaction prior to obtaining funds or initiating a wire transfer. Hackers are targeting email accounts of lenders, mortgage brokers and attorneys in attempts to initiate fraudulent wire transfers. Do not wire funds without verbal confirmation. CT Liberty Mortgage, LLC will NEVER request borrowers wire funds in connection with their transaction.
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